Faculty Post-Election Resources
Please find below a list of a few resources compiled by the Center for Civic Learning & Action that we thought might be useful in your classes post-election results.
Faculty Resources for Post-Election Planning & Discussion
- 4 Ways to Talk to Students About the 2016 Election, from TeachThought (from 2016, but still relevant)
- Post-Election Campus Resource and Response Guide, from Students Learn Students Vote
- How to Respond to the Results of the Election, from Peter Levine
- Readiness for Discussing Democracy in Supercharged Political Times, from Nancy Thomas and the Institute for Democracy and Higher Education
- Faculty Election Debrief, November 4th at 4 p.m., The Faculty Network for Student Voting Rights
- Faculty Election Debrief, November 6th at 4 p.m., The Faculty Network for Student Voting Rights
Faculty Resources to Encourage Election and issue Engagement
- Difficult Classroom Conversations About Political Issues, from The Campus Election Engagement Project
- Combating Cynicism, from The Campus Election Engagement Project
- Teaching and Learning in a Tense Election Season, from U. Michigan's Center for Research on Learning & Teaching
- Election Imperatives 2020: A Time of Physical Distancing and Social Action, from the Institute for Democarcy and Higher Education (faculty-specific guidance, p. 8-9)
- The Common Room: Managing Political Difference on the Virtual Campus, from Pen America, the Freedom to Write - Online Event for Friday, October 30 from 12-1 p.m.
- What to Expect When You're Electing, from Pen America